Women Leading Business | Executives & Professionals
Around the world and around Schoharie County, women are transforming how business gets done in sectors from agribusiness to retail, professional services to the arts and beyond. Women bring unique perspectives, approaches, and value to leadership roles.
287 Main is proud to present this series of insightful conversations with women from our County. Together, we’ll explore the insights, opportunities and challenges women leaders face every day, and the inspiration and insights that have made them successful in their work.
- President Marion A. Terenzio, PhD, President of SUNY Cobleskill. She became the 12th President of the College in 2015. Prior to this appointment, she was Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty at Bloomfield College in New Jersey and professor at The Sage Colleges in New York where she also served as Vice President for Campus Life.
- Nan Stolzenburg, Founder of Community Planning & Environmental Associates. Her career as a planning consultant, built upon a decade of prior work in the wildlife/natural resources field, has significantly contributed to rural community and environmental planning throughout the Hudson Valley and upstate regions of New York State.
- Kimberly Garcia, Co-Owner and CEO of Upstate NY Water Treatment, a woman-owned residential water treatment company based in Schoharie County. With her company, Garcia applies more than 20 years of experience in engineering and business development in the power generation industry.
- Katie Epting, SHRM-CP, Director of Human Resources at The Arc Lexington, a 1500-person non-profit providing services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She currently leads the recruitment and training function at Lexington and has a passion for developing talent and creation of long-term career paths at the Agency. Prior to her Lexington experience, Katie has held various Financial Management roles in manufacturing, banking and non-profit industries.
287 Main is partnering with Catherine Hover from Palette Community to moderate this dynamic series.
We welcome people of all genders to celebrate and uplift the inspiring women of Schoharie County.
This event is free and open to the public.
A Co-Creator series with Palette Community.